Rowley is an amazing ghost town with an undying spirit! It is also a must to visit when travelling through the Canadian Badlands. The community's main attractions include the newly restored elevators which have been designated as a provincial historic site, the Rowley Church, Prairie School Museum and the Yesteryear Artifacts Museum (housed in the original railway station). The most famous stop in Rowley is Sam's Saloon, a well-known local watering hole and meeting place. Be sure to stop by on the last Saturday of the month (5-9pm) for Pizza Night and great entertainment! Free camping is available in designated areas and all donations are greatly appreciated!
Rowley is 8 miles (12.8km) north of the junction of Highway 56, 9 & 27 (Morrin Corner), then 3 miles (5 km) west on Township Road 32-4. For tours or even bookings, call 403-368-3757, 403-368-2355 or 403-368-3816.
Morrin Historical Park Sod House
Stop by the Village of Morrin and visit our unique Sod House. Originally built in 1980 to honour our fore-fathers the turn of the century furnishings will bring back many memories. Substantial upgrades in 2009 helped to sustain this historic legacy. Relive the past in this authentic replica of Morrin's rich history.
Call 403-772-3870, 403-772-3909 or 403-823-9484 to arrange a tour.
Delia Museum and Grist Mill
This original 1913-14 two-room school contains a restored original classroom as well as local artifacts. Adjacent to the Museum is the only "New Ideal of Branfor Goold, Shapley & Co." grist mill of this type in Western Canada. This wind powered mill pumped water, ground grain and ran a fanning mill or a lumber saw. It's a must see in Delia!
Open 10a.m. to 4p.m., Tuesday to Saturday, July 1st to Labour Day. Open holiday Mondays. Other times by appointment. Admission Free. Donations always welcome!
307 Main Street, Delia. Call 403-364-3848.